Today, the report Review of Market Opportunities for Irish Grown Wool Based Products was published by Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine: https://www.gov.ie/en/press-release/c28e5-wool-feasibility-study-published/
Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Charlie McConalogue T.D. today welcomed the publication of the Wool Feasibility Report.
Minister McConalogue said:
“I welcome the publication of this important report. Delivering on a commitment in the Programme for Government, this important report provides a valuable resource for industry, and I look forward to working with Ministers Hackett and Heydon in helping the sector to develop in line with the recommendations outlined. I hope the report will be used by the sector to help chart an exciting future of the wool sector”.
Minister of State for Agriculture with special responsibility for land use and biodiversity, Senator Pippa Hackett said:
“I am delighted to announce the publication of this valuable report which contains a wealth of information for stakeholders and industry including potential funding streams, market opportunities for wool including fertiliser and insulation, and multiple areas for further research and development”.
At the Circular Bioeconomy Cluster at MTU, our Manager, Catriona Power, was delighted to work with team from the Agile Executive, ShannonABC at MTU, Donegal Yarns and Eur Digital Village.
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